More than 50,000 men and women have been physically wounded in recent military conflicts. Research indicates that as many as 500,000 are living with traumas such as depression and PTSD.
According to the US Dept. of Veteran Affairs, 30% of Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and research indicate that there is a direct correlation between traumas like PTSD and behaviors such as domestic violence, drug and alcohol addiction, and suicide. For this reason, our agency will be supporting the Life-saving efforts of The Wounded Warrior Project. We personally invite YOU to take action with us to help the resilient men and women you served our country.
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